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Assessment of Development Results - Tanzania

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The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) for Tanzania was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2014. The ADR for Tanzania examines the UNDP Tanzania country programme for the periods 2007-2010/2011 and 2011-2015/2016. In accordance with the evaluations terms of reference, UNDP’s contribution in Tanzania was assessed in seven programmatic cluster areas based on the thematic breakdowns of the country programmes under the review periods as well as the team configuration of the current office: Capacity Development; Democratic Governance; Private Sector Development; HIV/AIDS; Crisis Prevention and Recovery; Environment and Natural Resource Management; and Energy and Climate Change. The annual programme budget of the Tanzania country office was US$25 million at the start of the period 2007-2010/11 (2007) and US$28 million as of 2013, with a significant fluctuation in-between with the availability of external resources for specific programmes.

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UNDP's strategic position

This chapter examines UNDP’s unique position in the country, given that numerous other development partners are also supporting development objectives. The discussion centres on three areas: UNDP’s ability to respond to the country’s emerging challenges; leverage its comparative strengths and use its partnerships when necessary; and promote important UN values.

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